Irvin S. Naylor's Tax Ruling set almost all the pace in Saturday's $150,000 Calvin Houghland Iroquois (Gr. 1), fended off a challenge by Eclipse Award champion Slip Away, and drew away his second consecutive victory in the richest race on the National Steeplechase Association spring schedule.
There were Camden-related fingerprints all over the most prized hardware possessions at Churchill Downs last weekend.
While there may not be a horse with Camden connections in Saturday's 137th running of the Kentucky Derby that hardly means there will not be a local presence on the grounds of Churchill Downs this weekend.
Sportsmans Hall's Private Attack, always prominent in the $75,000 Maryland Hunt Cup, drew away to a 60-length victory in the historic timber race in Glyndon on Saturday.
Irvin S. Naylor's Decoy Daddy set almost all the pace in the $50,000 Temple Gwathmey (Gr. 3) and pulled away to a 3 1/2-length victory over Riverdee Stable's Dictina's Boy at the 90th annual Middleburg Spring Races on Saturday, April 23.
Keeneland's Polytrack and grass racing surfaces continued to be good to horses with Camden's connections as the Kirkwood Stables-prepared Winter Memories took last Thursday's $100,000 Appalachian Stakes (Gr. III).
Last summer, Get Stormy won both the Fourstardave Handicap and the Bernard Baruch, a pair of Grade 2 races on the turf at Saratoga. He then came home fourth and third, respectively, in his first two Grade I starts for trainer Tom Bush.
All but having come into Camden under wraps in early December, Eblouissante has gone about her daily business for the better part of the past five months under the watchful eye of trainer Mickey Preger Jr. at the Camden Training Center.
The Boykin Spring Fling Untimed Trail Ride will return May 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Red Bank Farm in the Boykin community.
On a day of racing which some could argue was wind-aided by a steadily swirling breeze, Saturday's 79th running of the Carolina Cup Steeplechase Races had a bit of everything for everyone.
Having successfully cleared the final of 14 fences aboard Sunshine Numbers, jockey Jody Petty took a peek back to check on the rest of the field in Saturday's 79th running of the $50,000 Carolina First Carolina Cup (Gr. III) Steeplechase.
After several days of hard rain, Friday morning's skies lightened to blue, a parade of puffy gray and white clouds slowly marching by. The sun, as much as it could, began to dry the muddy ground around barns far back from Springdale Race Course's schooling course off Knights Hill Road.
It wasn't coolers, but kegs that turned out to be the story of the day in Springdale Race Course's College Park at Saturday's Carolina Cup.
The National Steeplechase Museum (NSM) in Camden has many photos from previous Carolina Cup races and is looking for your help in identifying anyone whom you may know in these two photos. If you can identify any of the persons pictured in either of these two photos, please contact the NSM at 432-6513 or vie e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On a rainy Thursday morning, the sky never looked so beautiful from Rafael "Ray" Fernandez's perspective.
Sandbar, a 2-year-old War Pass filly developed at Fred and Wilhelmina McEwan's Fenwick Farm in Camden, broke her maiden at first asking with a win in a $45,000 maiden race at Churchill Downs on June 8.
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